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Masakage Yuki Petty 150mm
Masakage Yuki Petty 150mm Masakage Yuki Petty 150mmMasakage Yuki Petty 150mmMasakage Yuki Petty 150mm
Masakage Yuki Petty 150mm Masakage Yuki Petty 150mmMasakage Yuki Petty 150mmMasakage Yuki Petty 150mm

Masakage Yuki Petty 150mm

Item #: YukiPetty150

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The petty knife is called upon for any number of tasks from mincing a shallot to parting out a chicken. The Shirogami #2 carbon steel in this 150mm petty from the Masakage Yuki series ensures that whatever edge is needed to perform any possible task, this knife will be able to deliver. The carbon steel core, which will patina with normal use, is clad in stainless steel to ease upkeep. Like all knives in the Masakage Yuki lineup, the 150mm petty has a beautiful nashiji (pear skin) finish. As a handcrafted knife, the Masakage Yuki knives may differ dimensionally from one another.

  • Brand: Masakage
  • Blacksmith: Kato San
  • Location: Takefu Village, Echizen, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai, Hammer Forged
  • Cladding: Nashiji Stainless
  • Edge Steel: White #2
  • Edge Grind: Even (See Choil Shot)
  • Handle: Oval Magnolia
  • Ferrule: Red Dyed Pakka Wood
  • Weight: 2.4 ounces
  • Blade Length: 146 mm
  • Overall Length: 267 mm
  • Thickness at Heel: 2.7 mm
  • Blade Height: 27-29 mm
  • Customer Reviews

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    5  Laser beam, January 22, 2018
    Posted By: Angelo Nicoletti

    Great knife, this blade is super light as u would expect from a masakagi, the finish is subtle and very elegant especially against the crimson paca wood bolster. Some people might have a problem with the handle being a bit ruff but personally I think it matches its aesthetic perfectly, as well it feels great in the hand and allows for an almost non existent grip. The shape of the blade resembles a mini gyuto so it allows you to use the full blade which really sets this ahead of many Pettys and utility blades. This is a laser beam, really enjoying this tool!

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    5  Masakage yuki, December 22, 2017
    Posted By: Martin Gonzalez - verified customer

    love it and use it constantly!!

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    5  Excellent short gyuto or long utility, October 17, 2017
    Posted By: Christopher Willett

    I've been using the 150mm Yuki petty for about three months now and find that it fills a great nitch in my home kitchen. I cook a lot (feeding 5 people) and the Yuki performs a lot of not so glamorous jobs. Parting out chicken, filleting whole fish, trimming fat off of roasts, and so on. The knife is nimble and easy to use, although the relatively short height is both a blessing (nimbleness) and a curse (pinch grip has to be high). The length is really too long to make it ideal for in hand work, although with care you can peel fruit and other do other delicate work.

    The nashiji finish looks nice, though slightly understated, and the cladding line is striking: The knife is a looker. Fit and finish is to a good standard, although I did sand the handle with fine sand paper and seal it with several coats of mineral oil. The texture on the handle makes it easy to grip even when my hands are wet with chicken goop. The edge out of the box was solid, but after a full progression (Cerax 1k->Rika 5k->Kitayama 8k->strop) the edge is excellent. I recently broke down a whole coho salmon and the knife blew through the skin like it wasn't there: Filleting was much easier than the last time when I used a German knife to do the same thing. Edge retention is fine. I touch up the knife on the weekend with the 8k and the strop.

    I'm very happy with the 150mm Yuki and would recommend it highly to anyone looking for a general utility knife. A shorter blade would be better for in hand work, but then the other tasks wouldn't go as smoothly. Well worth the money!

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    3  Masamoto Yuki petty, July 19, 2017
    Posted By: kristian holmstrm - verified customer

    Great knife - out of the box it's not as sharp as you'd hope, couldn't even manage a cherry tomato. But after at little time on the stone, it's fantastic. The handle is VERY reactive, and after one or two washes, the wood seems very "rough" and dry. Oil has't done the work yet - so looking for some protection for the wood. But all in all; a very very good knife.

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    5  Yuki Petty, February 19, 2017
    Posted By: G. Bundy - verified customer

    Fine blade...great size.

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